*šlyṭ [#ada76506]
Name masculue, "tyrant", "powerful", epithet of the monster '''[[tnn]]'''.
-Hebrew '''šlyṭ''', '''The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament''', vols. I-V ((Revised Enlglish Translation of L. Koehler – W. Baumgartner, '''Hebräisches und aramäisches Lexikon zum Alten Testament''', Leiden 1967-1990 by M.E.J. Richardson.)), Leiden 1994 ff, 1524;~
Arabic '''salīṭ''', E. W. Lane, '''Arabic-English Lexicon''', vols. 1-2, Cambridge 1984, 1406;~
Akkad '''šalṭu''', W. von Soden, '''Akkadisches Handwörterbuch''', I-III, Wiesbaden 1965-1981, 1151; The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Chicago/Glückstadt 1956ff., Š/1 271;~
Ethiopic '''šeluṭ''', W. Leslau, '''Comparative Dictyionary of Geʕez''', Wiesbaden 1987, 350.

-Cf. Watson, Ugarit-Forschungen 9, 1977, 274f.;~
differently: Gray LC 31 n.3: 'the close-coiling one', *'''ly/wṭ''' Š, Akkad, '''lâṭu''', Caquot - Sznycer, '''Littératures anciennes du Proche-Orient. Textes Ougaritiques, I. Mythes et légendes''', Paris 1974, 168: Personal name, Shaliyaṭ;~
Fronzaroli, Mari.Annales de Recherches Interdisciplinaires 8, 289 and n.56: 'celui qui pique', Arabic '''slṭ'''.

¶ Forms: singular '''šlyṭ'''.

Tyrant, powerful: '''šlyṭ d šbʕ rašm''' the tyrant with seven heads, 1.3 III 42 and parallels.
A Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition, 2nd ed., p. 822.

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